The MoU defines the framework for further cooperation in the processing and interpretation of seismic data owned by the Republic of Indonesia by using Eni’s technologies and facilities, including the Green Data Centre supercomputers in Ferrera Erbognone, Italy, as well as seismic imaging algorithms.
The company's recent activities in the country include starting up gas production from Merakes in April and achieving positive results from the Maha-2 appraisal well in the West Ganal block off the coast of Indonesia this month.
Eni has been operating in Indonesia since 2001, where it has a large portfolio of assets in the exploration, development and production phases.
The successful exploration campaign conducted by Eni in the deepwater of East Kalimantan has already delivered the producing projects of Jangkrik and, most recently, Merakes.
Eni’s current equity production in Indonesia is approximately 80 000 boe/d.
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